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Marketplace ministry

Marketplace ministry typically refers to evangelical in nature, transformationalism has appropriated many of the same structures, often under the term marketplace redemption.

The term "Marketplace Ministry" does include 'evangelism' however it is much broader than that. It speaks to the fact that any Christian can fulfill their desire to serve God in the workplace. This can assuage a lot of guilt in those that want to "go into full-time ministry" as they realize they are already in "full-time" ministry.

Suggested reading

  • Hillman, Os. Faith@Work. Aslan Publishing, 2004.
  • Hillman, Os. The 9 to 5 Window. Regal Books, 2005.
  • Johnson, Brett. Convergence: Integrating Your Career, Community, Creativity and Calling. Indaba Publishing, 2009.
  • Power, Graham and Forster, Dion. Transform your work life: Turn your ordinary day into an extraordinary calling. Struik Christian books, 2010.
  • Reeb, Lloyd and Wellons, Bill. Unlimited Partnership: Igniting a Marketplace Leader’s Journey to Eternal Significance. B&H Books, 2007.
  • Silvoso, Ed. That None Should Perish: How to Reach Entire Cities for Christ through Prayer Evangelism. Regal Books, 1994.
  • Silvoso, Ed. Prayer Evangelism. Regal Books, 2000.
  • Silvoso, Ed. Transformation: Change the Marketplace and You Change the World. Regal Books, 2007.
  • Silvoso, Ed. Anointed for Business. 2nd edition, Regal Books, 2009.

Miles, Darrayl and Derrick. "Superhuman Performance". Milestone Publishing House 2012.


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